Former LSU football player missed Ivy League Final Jeopardy! question Tuesday

Peter Dyakowski in 2006.

Peter Dyakowski

Peter Dyakowski in 2006.

Former LSU lineman Peter Dyakowski is a smart dude.

He was a three-time All-Academic SEC team member in his four years at LSU from 2003-2006 and in 2012, the Canadian native won the CBC's "Canada's Smartest Person" show.

He just had a bit of a brain lock during the Final Jeopardy! question on Tuesday's show even as it was about a not-too-unfamiliar topic.

The question was about Ivy League Schools. Four have animal nicknames. Three have colors. What's the nickname of the other, a Christian denomination?

Do you know the answer? We'll come close to giving it away with the tweet below.

After missing the final question, Dyakowski walked home with $1,000 from the show taped in February. But hey, he still has the title of "Canada's Smartest Person" and a sweet nickname. He was called "The Mullet" for the hair he had in his first two seasons at LSU. He currently plays in the CFL for the Hamilton Tiger-Cats.

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